Rich African musician shows off mansion and powerful cars in photo

Rich African musician shows off mansion and powerful cars in photo

- Sarkodie has proven that he is one of the richest musicians in Africa

- The rapper has posted a beautiful photo session sitting in the middle of a huge mansion

- The muso is regarded as one of the best musicians in Africa from the last 10 years

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Rapper Michael Owusu Addo, popularly known as Sarkodie, has warmed the hearts of his fans on social media.

Sarkodie shared a beautiful photo of himself and his fans can’t keep calm about it.

The photo sighted by Briedly.co.za has Sarkodie sitting in the middle of a big mansion as he poses beautifully for the picture.

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In the photo, Sarkodie is clad in a white T-shirt, holding a red cup and wearing nice footwear, sitting in the middle of the beautiful mansion.

Some cars, including a Range Rover, can be seen parked in the background.

Though Sarkodie did not state clearly that the building was his, the photo has drawn massive reactions from his fans.

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@realjoshk3k3 commented: “massa double the cup ohh .. meaning the shots were very hot !! I used to do that so I know ! Ob3de.”

@boatemaabenedicta127 extended his compliments to him: “King Sark for real.

@mus.tee wasn’t happy with Sarkodie: “Ah @sarkodie you start dey dress like small boy? Smh you dey spoil the brand.”

@warezbwoy also wrote: “Charly u dey feel wey them dey bleed.”

@ _jessee.j: “Nice Garage.”

Sarkodie thus becomes the latest African musician to show off a big mansion after Samini and Shatta Wale. Samini caused a stir after posting a lovely photo standing in the middle of a big house. For Shatta Wale, he flaunted his huge mansion and expensive cars.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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